Evaluation of Wound Healing Actions of Hoslundia Opposita Vahl , Anthocleista Nobilis G . Don . and Balanites Aegyptiaca

@inproceedings{Annan2009EvaluationOW,
  title={Evaluation of Wound Healing Actions of Hoslundia Opposita Vahl , Anthocleista Nobilis G . Don . and Balanites Aegyptiaca},
  author={L. K. Annan and Rita Akosua Dickson},
  year={2009}
}
Hoslundia opposita, Anthocleista nobilis and Balani tes aegyptiaca are widely used ethnomedicinally in Ghana in the treatment of skin diseases. In this context, antimicrobial potential of the three plan t species against a wide range of microorganisms was studied. To validate the ethnotherapeutic claims of these plants in skin diseases, in vivo wo und healing activity was studied, besides antioxidant activity to understand the mechanism of wound healing. Methanol extract of Hoslundia opposita… CONTINUE READING

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